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Barcelona have reportedly put Arsenal's Jack Wilshere on their shopping list, whilst Patrice Evra is set to leave Manchester United.

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Jack Wilshere: A target for Barcelona

Jack Wilshere: A target for Barcelona

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DAILY MIRROR

Patrice Evra is set to leave Manchester United in the summer and return to France.

Nigel Clough is set to be installed as Sheffield United boss in the next 48 hours.

Steven Nzonzi now says he wants to stay at Stoke.

Juventus are trying to set up a loan deal for unsettled Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo.

Birmingham boss Lee Clark has been told his job will be safe if Gianni Paladini takes control at the club.

England will meet Denmark on March 5 in a Wembley friendly.

THE SUN

Alex Ferguson aims to keep the peace between Wayne Rooney and Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger has put contract talks on ice until the New Year.

Patrice Evra is poised to quit Manchester United due to personal reasons.

Neil Warnock could become director of football at Birmingham.

Rickie Lambert, left on the bench by Southampton on Saturday, has been told he is still in the club's plans.

Tony Mowbray was last night sacked by Middlesbrough.

DAILY MAIL

Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson starts the search for a new manager today after sacking Tony Mowbray late last night - with Graeme Souness one of the names in the frame.

Arsenal plan to offer a contract extension to goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.

Manchester City are battling Barcelona to sign Malaga teenager Brahim.

Millwall are signing Wigan striker Nouha Dicko, 21, on loan.

Jose Mourinho last night launched a stinging attack on Cardiff City, accusing their manager Malky Mackay of deploying time-wasting tactics which ripped off Chelsea fans.

Dangerous flares and smoke bombs advertised as explicitly for football and 'ideal for hooligans' are being sold online for as little as £1.70 each.

DAILY STAR

Manchester City have had a bust-up with Champions League rivals CSKA Moscow after being banned from their pitch.

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway was left fearing for his job last night after their 4-1 defeat to Fulham.

Barcelona have put Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 21, on their list of potential replacements for Xavi and Andres Iniesta.

Liverpool hope the decision to loan Derby 20-year-old defender Andre Wisdom will help them beat a number of Premier League clubs to the signing of Rams midfielder Will Hughes, 18.

DAILY EXPRESS

Tony Mowbray was sacked last night as manager of Middlesbrough.

Patrice Evra has suggested he will leave Manchester United in the summer.

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